the Case of sexual assault against girls aged from 12 to 18 years, has been under investigation since the spring.
A large number of teenage girls from across the country have been subjected to various types of sexual violations committed by a 22-year-old man from the London area.
the Man and his victims have made contact with each other via the social media.
in any case It is the perception of the South Jutland Police, which since the spring has investigated an extensive case of digital sexkrænkelser, rape and other sexual abuse.
the Man was arrested and remanded in custody in april. He is still in prison while the police investigation continues.
this was stated by The inspector Jeppe Kjærgaard from South Jutland Police.
He can not tell, how many girls is at issue.
- We have not uncovered the whole of the dispute. So there is no, we have not spoken with yet, says Jeppe Kjærgaard.
the Man is charged with blufærdighedskrænkelser, rape and abuse in the form of other sexual relations than sexual intercourse. The victims are aged from 12 to 18 years.
His approach was supposedly to make contact to the girls, coax nudes out of them and then threaten to publish the pictures unless he received more.
The eight girls constitute only part of the overall case, says Jeppe Kjærgaard.
the Police is sparse with information about the content of the case, as the court hearings in the case so far all have been held behind closed doors.
It means that the public have had the opportunity to hear what evidence the police and the prosecuting authorities based their suspicion on, and what the accused on the other hand, have explained.
Inspector Jeppe Kjærgaard does not want to tell how the 22-year-old relate to the charges against him.
- But I can say that cooperation with him is running fine, he says.
In the spring informed the police that the man then partially recognized his guilt.
Incarceration has been maintained by the terms of the investigation. Including with the purpose of avoiding that the young man affects the witnesses in the case.
South Jutland Police can not yet say when the investigation is expected to be finalised. There is still investigative work, sounds it.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 19 December 2019, 12:00